Companies that want to analyze their value chain and describe, can this now free of charge using OMEGA +. Cologne, July 12, 2010. Optimize processes, use savings, more efficiently use resources is an ongoing task of companies. Recently interested companies can use the notation OMEGA + still do this completely free of charge. The procedure of description OMEGA +, which was systematically developed and tested at the Institute for production of the University of applied sciences Cologne, serves the description of business processes. “The application of the notation on the complex and extensive processes of the supply chain operations reference model (SCOR) was a real challenge”, explains Prof. Dr.-ing.
Reinhard Mayr, under whose leadership the new SCOR-model has been refined in the last two years. OMEGA + allows now to analyze simple up to complex supply chain activities and improve. Otherwise as the most business-process description languages OMEGA + the user prompts, all processes to describe accurately, consistently and fully. German-language instruction emphasizes that companies can use this now proven description model, to Professor Mayr, Executive Director of the Institute for production at the University of applied sciences Cologne, to train their employees, as well as to understand the complex relationships in the supply chain better. The graphical representation of the consequences of the process clearly shows where savings exist and how to improve the use of resources. In contrast, the decorated and enhanced new version of the SCOR model with the notation OMEGA + on german written became the English version.
Is interested, on the Institute website by Professor Mayr as a PDF download available:… / reinhard.mayr /… Production technology and automotive industry Dr.-ing. Reinhard Mayr is Professor of IT and business processes at the Institute for production of the University of applied sciences Cologne. He specializes in business process design in development, administration, and production and advises the industry in this area. The Institute for production of the University of applied sciences Cologne is specializing in the engineering and automotive industry topics within the Bachelor programme production and logistics and the field of production within the master in his teaching degree automotive engineering. The small groups there is a lively contact between instructors and students. The teachers at the Institute are engineers, economic and natural scientists with most experience in the private sector.